Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard start off the episode talking about police officers and firefighters responding to a report of a car hitting a building Monday morning in Long Beach wound up crashing the set of a movie featuring native son Billy Crystal. The smashed-up Cadillac at the Slices & Ices pizza and ice cream shop on West Beech Street was part of a set for a film starring Crystal. Plus, #zenheadlines featuring the Pope asking Rome and Italian Traffic Officers to be merciful in handing out tickets.
A rotund raccoon was foiled by its own expanding waistline when it tried to climb out of a sewer grate in a Chicago suburb and got stuck, according to a report.
The masked fatso had to be rescued by city workers and cops, who joked that he ought to go on a diet which Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry were frankly offended by. Accept that fat raccoon for who he is, a fat raccoon. Zion Illinois Public works were able to free the masked fatty.
'Modern pedals are stupid': WWII veteran, 96, who smashed into parked cars after hitting the accelerator instead of the brake blames his car for the spectacular crash. Tim Swift, KSL's resident Aussie Accountant is also well-versed in dealings of this type of awesome Aussie man who probably shouldn't drive any more. Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard also ask for translation assistance.
Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry are entertained and disgusted all at the same time that adult actress Cherie DeVille is considering running against Donald Trump in the 2020 election with ’90s rapper Coolio as her running mate. Plus, a Danish Billionaire is hit with a massive fine for DUI because she's got a lot of money so the fine is $30,000.
Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry follow up on the 96-year old Australian World War II Veteran who crashed his car and blamed it on the poorly designed gas and brake pedals on his car. Tim Swift, KSL's resident Aussie weighs in on what the man is saying and how the story is so quintessential Australian. Plus, the #zenheadlines story that involves a fat raccoon who had to be rescued by police after an eating spree that saw the raccoon stuck in a rain gutter.
Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard battle on Utah's Morning News on another edition of NewsMasters of the Universe, with Brian and Amanda. Ethan tackles questions about Al Franken's home state and Alex tries to snap a losing streak against Ethan, does he know anything about Leonardo daVinci or The NWSL new team in Salt Lake City? Tune in every week to win.
A woman known as the 'Hamburgler' was arrested after the Howard County Police Department posted a video of her breaking into a McDonald's drive-thru window. Jessica Marie Cross, 27, turned herself in Thursday morning and is now being charged with burglary and theft. Plus a "zenheadlines" story from Tennessee where the state makes it possible for colorblind to see the scenic views of the Volunteer State.
True story. Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard discuss the crazy state of flying affairs in the U.S. when we allow whatever animal under the sun to be considered an emotional support animal. A woman’s emotional support pig got a little too rowdy for passengers on a flight from Connecticut to South Carolina. Rachel Boerner was traveling with her emotional companion when things spiraled out of control before the flight ever took off. Plus an awesome zenheadlines story when Seniors at Catholic Memorial High School in Boston give funeral to a homeless man who is an Army vet and has no family to speak of.
Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard love this story out of Italy. Pope Francis got a major vehicle upgrade on Wednesday, when luxury car company Lamborghini stopped by the Vatican to drop off the pontiff’s sweet new ride. Francis, who typically uses Fiats and Fords to get around, was gifted a special-edition Lamborghini Huracan that was painted in the Vatican’s signature colors of white and gold. Plus, Jay McFarland drops in unexpectedly to chat some Alabama, Roy Moore, Jeff Sessions politics.
Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry discuss a Vermont trick-or-treater who may have picked up more than candy on Halloween this year. Police say a woman who lives in South Burlington called them after she says she accidentally dropped her yellow gold and diamond eternity wedding band into a trick-or-treater’s bag. Plus, Movie Goers were treated during the open of Thor:Ragnarok to a live action play featuring the 4 main actors from the film, a great #zenheadlines story.
Wally Whitworth, a 96 year-old Australian WWII veteran, recently had some trouble in his car. Going to visit his wife, Wally stepped on the wrong pedal and flew out of a private hospital car park. Whitworth has now been urged to give up his license by his family.
In the city of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, six year old Amiah Van Hill decided to help the students in the town by selling lemonade.
After the loss of her husband, Lilly Ross decided to donate her high school sweethearts' face to Andy Sandness, who had gone without a face for nearly 10 years and changing each other's lives in the process.
A man has already pitched his tent outside of a Best Buy in Laredo, TX and when the day finally arrives, he’ll have been waiting in line for 17 days.
Even though Thanksgiving and Black Friday is still two weeks early, shoppers are still setting up to make sure they snag the latest gear. A man in Laredo, Texas, has set up his tent outside a Best Buy, and is ready to go for the shopping season.
In the country of Venezuela, two collared peccaries were stolen at the Zulia Metropolitan Zoological Park in Maracaibo. Officials say that the zoo animals were stolen by those with the intent to eat them. Ten species have been taken from the zoo.
Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard face off in the weekly News Masters of the Universe Quiz on Utah's Morning News with Brian and Amanda. Provo makes history in their Mayor's race, President Trump visits China to dine with world leaders, The NFL getting heavily scrutinized and the New York City Marathon has an amazing moment. But do you have the news chops to beat these news buffoons?
The Wayne Hills Diner and Restaurant in New Jersey has implemented a "teen tax" and the owner's attorney said the kids have been showing up at the diner in groups of 20 or 30, staying for an hour or two, and the majority don’t leave a tip.
Judge Alex joins in, as they take a look at a situation in New Jersey, where a restaurant, Wayne's Diner in Wayne, New Jersey, is receiving some bad publicity. Apparently, the diner has been charging groups of kids extra on their meals, due to the fact that they feel that kids aren't tipping.
In Billings, Montana, cops are bringing the holiday spirit. Police in the town, who pull people over for traffic violations, check to see for outstanding warrants, and if their record is clean, issue a written warning, and a frozen turkey.
In Fairbanks, Alaska, Rondell Chinuhuk has been arrested for stealing a motorized shopping cart. Traveling at a top speed of 2 MPH, police caught up to Rondell. Police say most of his trip was done in the store's parking lot.